LGBT Activists Fought Christian Baker And Here Is Who Succeeded

Jack Phillips, a devout Christian and owner of a tiny bakery in Colorado, has spent the past six years fighting for his life when he refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

The world looked on as the case made it all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court, and Phillips knew the fate of religious liberty was on the line.

Now the Supreme Court has issued their ruling, and you won’t believe whose side they picked.

It all started back in 2012 when a same-sex couple demanded Phillips bake a cake for their wedding.

Phillips, being a Christian who believed marriage is between a man and a woman, refused to bake the custom cake for the homosexual couple.

I was a brief encounter between Phillips and the homosexual couple, but the brief encounter thrusted Phillips into the media spotlight.

LGBT activists demanded he bake the cake, and used the story as chance to try and gain sympathy for being “discriminated” against.

And of course, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission wasted no time going to town on Phillips, claiming Phillips was discriminating against the couple, and breaking the state law.

For years, they held him up in legal battles.

The appeals court backed the homosexual couple, and all looked hopeless.

Phillips even stopped baking cakes.

But his faith inspired him to press on, and he decided to take the case all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court.

This whole thing could have ended in a matter of days, but it took nearly six years.

The couple could have easily gone to another shop and had a cake made for their wedding.

But instead, they put Phillips through torment, and tried to destroy his entire life.

In addition, they robbed him of precious time he can never regain, by holding him up in lengthy legal battles.

But while the LGBT activists thought they would use Phillips to force their way of life onto Christians, they learned they were dead wrong.

The U.S. Supreme Court ended up siding with Phillips 7-2, which was a massive victory for religious liberties.

Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote for the majority and outlined how the Colorado Civil Rights Commission was actually discriminating against Phillips.

CNN reported:

“At the same time the religious and philosophical objections to gay marriage are protected views and in some instances protected forms of expression,” Kennedy wrote, adding that the “neutral consideration to which Phillips was entitled was compromised here.” 

“The commission’s hostility was inconsistent with the First Amendment’s guarantee that our laws be applied in a manner that is neutral toward religion,” Kennedy said, adding to say that the case was narrow.”

Jack Phillips is a shining example of what it means to take a bold stand for Christ, against all odds.

Phillips was so convicted by his religious beliefs, knowing it could cost him everything, he still held true to his faith, and refused to bake the cake.

LGBT activists won’t be satisfied until their way of life is forced upon the world.

And if anyone dares to disagree or not support their lifestyle, they pull out all the stops and often threaten to destroy Christians lives either publicly or in the legal system.

But this time, they didn’t win.

When asked what motivated Phillips to say no, again, he pointed to his faith.

The Denver Post reported:

“It has nothing to do with David and Charlie, it has everything to do with my faith in Jesus Christ and my following of the teachings of the Bible, Phillips said.”

Were you surprised at the outcome of the U.S. Supreme Court case?

Do you think Jack Phillips did the right thing by refusing to bake the wedding cake for the homosexual couple?

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